# Test it !¶

In a first stage, you are not compelled to install StatisKit on your computer in order to discover its functionalities. Using Docker images, Binder servers and Jupyter notebooks, we are able to provide pre-installed interfaces with various examples.

Note

## Online With Binder¶

To reproduce the various examples from a Binder server, follow this link.

## On Your Computer With Docker¶

To reproduce the various examples with Docker use these images. After installing Docker, you can type the following command in a shell:

docker run -i -t -p 8888:8888 statiskit/python-statiskit:latest


Warning

By default, on some operating systems like Ubuntu, docker require to have administration rights. You can, for example, execute the preceeding lines after typing sudo -i if you are on Ubuntu or follow these instructions.

Note

If your port 8888 is already used, replace this number in these command lines and instructions given by another one (e.g., 8889).

## On Your Computer From a SSH Server¶

To reproduce the various examples from a SSH server, you can type the following commands in a shell:

ssh -L 8888:localhost:8888 <username>@<servername>
jupyter notebook --ip='*' --port=8888 --no-browser


Note

The username on the SSH server (resp. the SSH servername) is denoted in the following by <username> (resp. <servername>). Please replace it by the appropriate username (resp. servername).

If your port 8888 is already used, replace this number in these command lines and instructions given by another one (e.g., 8889).